Adverse Weather Conditions

Published on 2 February 2009 in , , , ,

You’ve just spent two hours getting into the office, delayed due to adverse weather conditions and ironically the worst problems see you stuck about one minute outside your destination station. You get in, past the snow men sentries outside, brush the snow off yourself and realise the office is deserted and dark – dark thanks to the glass roof being covered with snow.

Then you find that your colleagues are now being told by the Staff Emergency Information Line that…

Emergency Information for BBC Staff

Due to severe weather conditions across the UK, the BBC is advising that only essential staff travel to work today in weather-affected areas.

If you are unsure if you are essential staff, please contact your Line Manager as soon as possible.

You and your fellow die hard colleagues look at each other, sigh glumly and decide to spend the afternoon making snowmen on the grass outside the office.

Once that document is completed obviously…


  • Andy Morris says:

    I notice that the new BBC Weather site, which was meant to go live today, has not yet done so. How ironic it would be if this was because of the weather conditions!!

  • Andrew Bowden says:

    Somehow I doubt that weather site is coming out of beta today! The BBC is deserted as far as I can tell.